History and Stats

From inception to current day; all the results and statistics of the national korfball team of Wales

Hall of Fame

# Name Career Caps Goals
1 Nick Wilkins 2005-2018 64 118
2 John Williams 2006-2018 56 63
3 Ruth Campbell 2007-2018 54 68
4 Ramzi Barbir 2005-2018 49 93
5 Zoe Rose 2006-2016 48 10
6 Carla Bennett 2010-2018 45 51
7 Kevin Jones 2005-2015 40 58
8 Dave Buckland 2005-2013 34 66
9 James Wilcox 2013-2018 33 64
10 Bethan Phillips 2013-2018 29 22
# Name Career Goals Caps GPG
1 Nick Wilkins 2005-2018 118 64 1.84
2 Ramzi Barbir 2005-2018 93 49 1.90
3 Ruth Campbell 2007-2018 68 54 1.26
4 Dave Buckland 2005-2013 66 34 1.94
5 James Wilcox 2013-2018 64 33 1.94
6 John Williams 2006-2018 63 56 1.13
7 Kevin Jones 2005-2015 58 40 1.45
8 Carla Bennett 2010-2018 51 45 1.13
9 Bethan Phillips 2013-2018 22 29 0.76
9 Steve Jones 2005-2007 22 9 2.44
10 Ceri Jones 2005-2010 19 18 1.06
Number Name Debut Opposition Debut Date Caps Goals Captain
1 Dave Buckland Greece 13/05/2006 29 61 0
2 Zoe Rose Greece 13/05/2006 43 10 0
3 Chris Gubby Greece 13/05/2006 10 14 0
4 Ceri Jones Greece 13/05/2006 14 16 13
5 Kim Jones Greece 13/05/2006 14 7 0
6 Susan Jones Greece 13/05/2006 21 6 2
7 Tammy Kentfield Greece 13/05/2006 16 2 0
8 Rebecca Lewis Greece 13/05/2006 13 6 1
9 Lee O'Sullivan Greece 13/05/2006 10 3 3
11 Sian Taylor Greece 13/05/2006 4 2 0
11 Dave Thomas Greece 13/05/2006 2 2 0
12 Nick Wilkins Greece 13/05/2006 49 98 29
13 Ramzi Barbir Ireland 14/07/2006 40 81 4
14 Elaine Hutchings Ireland 14/07/2006 5 1 1
15 John Williams Ireland 14/07/2006 46 59 9
16 Jack McNamara England 14/07/2006 15 9 0
17 Steve Jones Sweden 12/05/2007 6 16 0
18 Angharad Morgan Sweden 12/05/2007 5 2 0
19 Jessica Davies Sweden 12/05/2007 4 0 0
20 Kevin Jones Sweden 04/11/2007 34 48 0
21 Ruth Campbell Sweden 04/11/2007 42 47 1
22 Hannah Ager Slovakia 09/11/2008 20 6 0
23 Sally Adlen Luxembourg 09/11/2008 3 0 0
24 Helen Gubby Luxembourg 09/11/2008 1 0 0
25 Tonya Richards Germany 02/11/2009 13 13 0
26 Julie Prosser Scotland 08/11/2009 19 6 0
27 Carla Bennett Czech Republic 22/10/2010 34 45 3
28 Hannah Evans Portugal 23/10/2010 3 0 0
29 Will Hayward Catalonia 28/10/2011 3 0 0
30 Jo Nash Catalonia 28/10/2011 13 3 0
31 Rick Scowcroft Catalonia 28/10/2011 17 7 2
32 Karen James Czech Republic 29/10/2011 2 0 0
33 James Wilcox France 18/10/2013 20 31 1
34 Bethan Phillips Romania 18/10/2013 20 17 0
35 Laura Pacey Romania 18/10/2013 7 1 0
36 Catherine Davies Turkey 19/10/2013 3 0 0
37 Tom Robinson Turkey 19/10/2013 4 1 0
38 Cheya Tyson Turkey 19/10/2013 6 2 0
39 Simon Waide Turkey 19/10/2013 1 0 0
40 Adam Waide France 03/06/2016 5 0 0
41 Chris Hughes France 03/06/2016 6 2 0
42 Leo Comerford Catalunya 04/06/2010 5 8 0
43 Niamh Sully Catalunya 04/06/2016 3 0 0
44 Osian Nixon Ireland 06/11/2016 1 0 0
45 Helen Davies Ireland 06/11/2016 2 1 0
46 Gareth Clarke Ireland 06/11/2016 1 0 0
47 Alex Seabright Slovakia 05/11/2017 1 2 0
48 Emma Carswell Slovakia 05/11/2017 1 0 0
49 Jordan Evans Slovakia 05/11/2017 1 0 0

 

 

 Welsh players selected for Great Britain:
Dave Buckland
Steve Jones
Carla Bennett (2013)
James Wilcox (2017)

 

Welsh students selected for Great Britain Students:
Joy Andrews (2000-01)
Llewellyn Cox (2000-02)
Susan Jones (2001-02)
Jon Howey (2001-02)
Ben McGrath (2002-03)
Nick Wilkins (2003-05)
Jack McNamara (2005-09)
Jason Green (2009-10)
Maria Clements (2011-12)
Alexandra Zens (2011-12)
Jo Nash (2011-12)
James Wilcox (2011-17)
Rebecca Fitch (2012-17)
Leo Comerford (2014-16)
Alex Seabright (2014-17)
Robyn Seabright (2016-17)
Helen Davies (2016-17)

Welsh International Records

Most career appearances: 64, Nick Wilkins

Most appearances as Wales captain: 35, Nick Wilkins

Most consecutive career appearances: 38, Carla Bennett (2010-2017)

Most career goals: 118, Nick Wilkins

Most career open-play goals: 65, Ruth Campbell

Most consecutive games scoring: 20, Nick Wilkins

Longest International Career: 13 years, Nick Wilkins & Ramzi Barbir

Best goals per game ratio: 2.44, Steve Jones (22 goals in 9 appearances)

Most goals in a single game: 8, Nick Wilkins (Wales v Scotland, 26 October 2010)

Most open play goals in a game: 6, Ruth Campbell (Wales v Ireland, 03 June 2016)

Most goals on an international debut: 3, Chris Gubby (Wales v Greece, 13 May 2006)

Most career bookings: 1, John Williams & Rick Scowcroft

Oldest player: Dave Buckland, 45 years and 131 days (Wales v Turkey, 19 October 2013)

Youngest player: Cheya Tyson, 17 years and 250 days (Wales v Turkey, 19 October 2013)

Record victory: Wales 18-5 Scotland (European Championships, 26 October 2010)

Record defeat: by 25 goals, joint record:

  • Wales 7-32 Czech Republic (European Championships, 22 October 2010)
  • Wales 4-29 Czech Republic (World Championship, 29 October 2011)

Highest score in a victory: 18, joint record:

  • Wales 18-5 Scotland (European Bowl West, 8 November 2009)
  • Wales 18-15 Scotland (European Championships, 26 October 2010)

Lowest score in a victory: 8, joint record:

  • Wales 8-7 Ireland (European Bowl East, 19 October 2013)
  • Wales 8-3 Ireland (European Bowl West, 11 July 2009)
  • Wales 8-4 Luxembourg (European Bowl West, 13 May 2007)

Highest score in a defeat: Wales 18-19 Serbia (European Championships, 25 October 2014)

Lowest score in a defeat: 4, joint record:

  • Wales 4-11 Turkey (European Championships Round 1, 04 June 2016)
  • Wales 4-7 Turkey (European Bowl East, 19 October 2013)
  • Wales 4-29 Czech Republic (World Championship, 29 October 2011

Most goals conceded in a victory: 15, Wales v Scotland (European Championships, 26 October 2010)

Least goals conceded in a victory: 3, Wales v Ireland (European Bowl West, 11 July 2009)

Most goals conceded in a defeat: 32, Wales v Czech Republic (European Championships, 22 October 2010)

Least goals conceded in a defeat: 7, Wales v Turkey (European Bowl East, 19 October 2013)

Consecutive victories: 8 (16 July 2006 – 4 November 2007)

Consecutive defeats: 6 (27 October – 2 November 2011)

Most defeats in one year: 8 (2014)

Most victories in one year: 6 (2007)

Most players selected from a single club: 6:

  • Cardiff City (Home Nations, 2005, & European Bowl West, 2009)

Most Jones’ in one team: 5, joint record:

  • Home Nations, 2005
  • Stadskanaal International Tournament, 2007

Longest-serving international coach: Tom Brady, 18 matches (2015-2018)

Most championship wins in charge: 1, joint:

  • Steve Jones (European Bowl West, 2007)
  • Dave Buckland (European Bowl West, 2009)
  • Tom Brady (Home Nations, 2015)

Past Results

International Friendly

Date Location Score Opponent Result Report
Stadskanaal(Netherlands) 15-11 Slovakia Won N/A

International Friendly

Date Location Score Opponent Result Report
6Nov 2016 Stadskanaal(Netherlands) 16-14 Ireland Won N/A

European Championships Round 1 2016

Date Location Score Opponent Result Report
05 Jun 2016 St Etienne(France) 14-7 Sweden Won World Korfball
04 Jun 2016 St Etienne(France) 4-11 Turkey Loss World Korfball
04 Jun 2016 St Etienne(France) 5-15 Catalonia Loss World Korfball
03 Jun 2016 St Etienne(France) 12-11 Ireland Won World Korfball
03 Jun 2016 St Etienne(France) 10-14 France Loss World Korfball

European Championships 2014

Date Location Score Opponent Result Report
25 Oct 2014 Portugal 18-19 Serbia Draw (Lost Golden Goal) World Korfball
26 Oct 2014 Portugal 14-12 Turkey Win World Korfball
28 Oct 2014 Portugal 12-16 Poland Lost World Korfball
29 Oct 2014 Portugal 11-13 Ireland Lost World Korfball
30 Oct 2014 Portugal 15-18 Serbia Lost World Korfball
01 Nov 2014 Portugal 11-14 Turkey Lost World Korfball

Four Nations

Date Location Score Opponent Result Report
6 Sep 2014 Croydon (England) 6-23 Catalonia Lost N/A
6 Sep 2014 Croydon(England) 14-12 Scotland Win N/A
7 Sep 2014 Croydon(England) 6-26 England Lost N/A
7 Sep 2014 Croydon(England) 12-14 Scotland Lost N/A

European Bowl East

Date Location Score Opponent Result Report
18 Oct 2013 Papendrecht (Netherlands) 11-10 France Win World Korfball
18 Oct 2013 Papendrecht (Netherlands) 14-9 Romania Win World Korfball
18 Oct 2013 Papendrecht (Netherlands) 8-7 Ireland Draw (Win Golden Goal) World Korfball
18 Oct 2013 Papendrecht (Netherlands) 4-7 Turkey Lost World Korfball

World Championships 2011

Date Location Score Opponent Result Report
27 Oct 2011 Shaoxing (China) 13-17 China Lost World Korfball
28 Oct 2011 Shaoxing (China) 6-28 Catalonia Lost World Korfball
29 Oct 2011 Shaoxing (China) 4-29 Czech Republic Lost World Korfball
31 Oct 2011 Shaoxing (China) 12-24 Germany Lost World Korfball
1 Nov 2011 Shaoxing (China) 14-25 India Lost World Korfball
2 Nov 2011 Shaoxing (China) 15-19 Hong Kong Lost World Korfball
4 Nov 2011 Shaoxing (China) 14-13 South Africa Win Match Report

European Championships 2010

Date Location Score Opponent Result Report
22 Oct 2010 Almelo (Netherlands) 7-32 Czech Republic Lost World Korfball
23 Oct 2010 Almelo (Netherlands) 9-27 Portugal Lost World Korfball
24 Oct 2010 Almelo (Netherlands) 17-13 Turkey Win Match Report
26 Oct 2010 Rotterdam (Netherlands) 18-15 Scotland Win Match Report
27 Oct 2010 Rotterdam (Netherlands) 12-17 Poland Lost Match Report
28 Oct 2010 Rotterdam (Netherlands) 14-18 Hungary Lost World Korfball
30 Oct 2010 Rotterdam (Netherlands) 11-10 Ireland Win World Korfball

 European Bowl West

Date Location Score Opponent Result Report
7 Nov 2009 Luxembourg City (Luxembourg) 11-5 France Win World Korfball
7 Nov2009 Luxembourg City (Luxembourg) 9-6 Luxembourg Win World Korfball
7Nov2009 Luxembourg City (Luxembourg) 8-3 Ireland Win World Korfball
8 Nov2009 Luxembourg City (Luxembourg) 18-5 Scotland Win World Korfball
8 Nov2009 Luxembourg City (Luxembourg) 12-6 Sweden Win World Korfball

Stadskanaal International Tournament

Date Location Score Opponent Result Report
2 Nov 2009 Stadskanaal (Netherlands) 17-9 Germany Lost N/A

Stadskanaal International Tournament

Date Location Score Opponent Result Report
9 Nov 2008 Stadskanaal (Netherlands) 14-12 Slovakia Won N/A
9 Nov 2008 Stadskanaal (Netherlands) 12-10 Luxembourg Won N/A

European Bowl Final

Date Location Score Opponent Result Report
9 Nov 2007 Brno (Czech Republic) 6-14 Slovakia Lost World Korfball

Stadskanaal International Tournament

Date Location Score Opponent Result Report
4 Nov 2007 Stadskanaal (Netherlands) 15-11 Sweden Win N/A

European Bowl West

Date Location Score Opponent Result Report
12 May 2007 Luxembourg City (Luxembourg) 11-4 Sweden Win N/A
12 May 2007 Luxembourg City (Luxembourg) 10-7 France Win N/A
12 May 2007 Luxembourg City (Luxembourg) 9-5 Scotland Win N/A
13 May 2007 Luxembourg City (Luxembourg) 8-4 Luxembourg Win N/A
13 May 2007 Luxembourg City (Luxembourg) 11-8 Ireland Win N/A

Commonwealth & Friends

Date Location Score Opponent Result Report
14 Jul 2006 London (England) 10-13 Ireland Lost N/A
14 Jul 2006 London (England) 6-30 England Lost N/A
15 Jul 2006 London (England) 8-8 Australia Tie N/A
15 Jul 2006 London (England) 9-11 South Africa Lost N/A
16 Jul 2006 London (England) 11-8 North America Win N/A
16 Jul 2006 London (England) 9-8 Scotland Win N/A

Four Nations

Date Location Score Opponent Result Report
13 May 2006 Luxembourg City (Luxembourg) 17-5 Greece Win N/A
13 May 2006 Luxembourg City (Luxembourg) 12-13 Scotland Lost N/A
14 May 2006 Luxembourg City (Luxembourg) 10-6 Luxembourg Win N/A